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Professional C++ epub ebook

by Marc Gregoire

Professional C++ epub ebook

Author: Marc Gregoire
Category: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: Wrox; 3 edition (September 9, 2014)
Pages: 984 pages
ISBN: 1118858050
ISBN13: 978-1118858059
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 152
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There are simple, but powerful, techniques that professional C++ programmers use that don’t show up in traditional texts, and there are useful parts of C++ that remain a mystery even to experienced C++ programmers

Marc Gregoire is a Microsoft Visual C++ MVP, an active contributor to CodeGuru, and blogs at ww. uonsoft. Marc is a software architect, worked for Siemens and Nokia Siemens Networks as a software consultant, and now works for Nikon Metrology

Marc Gregoire is a Microsoft Visual C++ MVP, an active contributor to CodeGuru, and blogs at ww. Marc is a software architect, worked for Siemens and Nokia Siemens Networks as a software consultant, and now works for Nikon Metrology. Nicholas A. Solter is an application architect at ContextOptional, In. a social media advertising company. Scott J. Kleper is cofounder and CTO of ContextOptional, Inc.

WHAT THIS BOOK COVERS Professional C++ uses an approach to C++ programming that will both increase the quality of your code and improve your programming efficiency. These features are not just isolated to a few chapters or sections; instead, examples have been updated to use new features when appropriate.

Professional C++ book.

Get up to date quickly on the new changes coming with C++17. Professional C++ is the advanced manual.

Professional C++ is the advanced manual for C++ programming. Marc Gregoire is a Microsoft Visual C++ MVP, software engineer and developer, and the founder of the Belgian C++ user group. Designed to help experienced developers get more out of the latest release, this book skims over the basics and dives right in to exploiting the full capabilities of C++17. Each feature is explained by example, each including actual code snippets that you can plug into your own applications. Having previously completed critical 2G and 3G telecom software for Siemens and Nokia Siemens Networks, he currently works on 3-D laser scanning software for Nikon Metrology.

Marc Grégoire (Tefal) was the inventor of nonstick pans. When his wife learned of an ONERA engineer using Teflon to assist in the removal of glass fibre moulds, she challenged him to create some non-stick cookware

Marc Grégoire (Tefal) was the inventor of nonstick pans. When his wife learned of an ONERA engineer using Teflon to assist in the removal of glass fibre moulds, she challenged him to create some non-stick cookware. He attached Teflon to the base of an aluminum frying pan. It was Grégoire who found a way to bond PTFE to aluminum creating the first ever nonstick cookware (in 1954) which later became the world leader in nonstick pans.

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Reviews (7)
Danrad
This is a decent book that covers a lot of ground, and perhaps ironically that's part of why I'm not rating it higher. The author clearly put a lot of effort into pulling together all kinds of info about the C++ language, but my impression of the book from reviews or promotions I had seen made me think it was going to be more focused on professional developers. Then the first 500 pages or so were really things that would be familiar to most C++ developers, but with a few C++ updates from the 11 and 14 standards. While I appreciate those bits of info, even if I won't be able to use them because of some platform restrictions on the development we do, 500 pages is still quite a bit to go through to find the few updates.

Certainly there are some good things in this book, although nothing that I would call out as exceptional. I just wish it had focused more on the 'advanced topics' and left the review of basic things (like looping and the basic STL containers) to an appendix or even a separate book entirely.

Llanonte
I already learned some thing new on the second chapter! amazing! This book expects that you already know c++ but most c programmers should be able to pick up on it very easily, there are quite a bit of comparisons to c functions and types to c++ which shows you how to correctly and efficiently chose and use them.

What this book offers:
This book offers several things:
1. It offers a great guide to documenting your work with comments and different comment styles.
2. It shows you different well know software design processes and models.
3. It shows you proper usage of pointers.

There is still much more i could list but i do not have the time, this is probably one of my top 3 programming books now.
Just get it :)

Grosho
this is the best C++ book I have come across

Coron
I have a *lot* of programming books. This is my go-to C++ book.

I wish I had the OO design sections 20 years ago.

Hanad
This book assumes that you have atleast C knowledge it directly dives you into deeper C++ knowledge. if you only want to learn C++ and have prior programming experience this book is best.

ALAN
The book is useful except that the author is sometimes not able to keep the needed level of abstraction and forces writing bout details when it is not needed.

Gaua
I've been using this book to brush up on C++ lately. I haven't used C++ much at all since the early 2000s, so this has been a great reference to get up to speed on C++11 and familiarize myself with better practices.

I have the previous version of this book. I like the previous version. This version is similar, therefore, there is nothing to be gain if you already have it. Actually, you may loose one chapter. There is a chapter about a few design patterns in the 2011 version. In this version, this was replaced with stuff about agile programming. You may considered this a loss or a gain, but it is the only major change. I'm still not sure why the other two authors are not part of this book? I would suggest that if you like the contents of this book, which has some interesting readings, then buy the 2011 version. If you can't find the 2011, then get this one.
Of course, if you are looking for a great C++ book, I would go first with C++ Primer.

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